NX-240/340

  NX-240 NX-340
GENERAL
Frequency Range 136-174 MHz C:400 – 470 MHz
C6:350 - 400 MHz
Number of Channels 32
Zones 2
Max. Channels per Zone 16
Channel Spacing Analog
Digital
12.5kHz / 25kHz
6.25kHz / 12.5kHz
Operating Voltage 7.5V DC ± 20%
Battery Life
5-5-90 during hi-power battery saver:
OFF/ON with KNB-45L (2000mAh) Approx. 10/12 hours
Operating Temperature Range -22°F ~ +140F° (-30°C ~ +60°C)
Frequency Stability ±2.0ppm ±1.0ppm
Antenna Impedance 50 Ω
Dimensions (W x H x D) With KNB-45L,
Projections Not Included
2.13 x 4.8 x 1.39 in (54 x 122 x 35.3 mm)
Weight (net) Radio only
With KNB-45L
5.8 oz (165 g)
9.9 oz (281 g)
RECEIVER
Sensitivity Digital
Analog (12 dB SINAD)
0.25 μV
0.25 μV
Selectivity Analog 60 dB
Intermodulation Distortion Analog 60 dB
Spurious Response Analog 70 dB
Audio Distortion Less than 10%
Audio Output 1 W / 12 Ω (Internal Speaker) 500mW / 8 Ω (External Output)
TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output High / Low 5 W / 1 W
Spurious Response 70 dB
FM Hum & Noise Analog 40 dB
Audio Distortion Less than 10%
Modulation 11K0F3E, 4K00F1E, 4K00F1D,
4K00F7W, 4K00F2D

Specifications are subject to change without notice, due to advancements in technology.
Measurements made per TIA/EIA-603 and Specification are typical.

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Applicable MIL-STD & IP

MIL Standard MIL 810C
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810D
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810E
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810F
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810G
Methods/
Procedures
Low Pressure 500.1/
Procedure I
500.2/
Procedure I, II
500.3/
Procedure I, II
500.4/
Procedure I, II
500.5/
Procedure I, II
High Temperature 501.1/
Procedure I, I
501.2/
Procedure I, II
501.3/
Procedure I, II
501.4/
Procedure I, II
501.5/
Procedure I, II
Low Temperature 502.1/
Procedure I
502.2/
Procedure I, II
502.3/
Procedure I, II
502.4/
Procedure I, II
502.5/
Procedure I, II
Temperature Shock 503.1/
Procedure I
503.2/
Procedure I
503.3/
Procedure I
503.4/
Procedure I, II
503.5/
Procedure I
Solar Radiation 505.1/
Procedure I
505.2/
Procedure I
505.3/
Procedure I
505.4/
Procedure I
505.5/
Procedure I
Rain 506.1/
Procedure I, II
506.2/
Procedure I, II
506.3/
Procedure I, II
506.4/
Procedure I, III
506.5/
Procedure I, III
Humidity 507.1/
Procedure I, II
507.2/
Procedure II, II
507.3/
Procedure II, III
507.4 507.5/
Procedure II
Salt Fog 509.1/
Procedure I
509.2/
Procedure I
509.3/
Procedure I
509.4 509.5
Dust 510.1/
Procedure I
510.2/
Procedure I
510.3/
Procedure I
510.4/
Procedure I, III
510.5/
Procedure I
Vibration 514.2/
Procedure VIII, X
514.3/
Procedure I
514.4/
Procedure I
514.5/
Procedure I
514.6/
Procedure I
Shock 516.2/
Procedure I, II, V
516.3/
Procedure I, IV
516.4/
Procedure I, IV
516.5/
Procedure I, IV
516.6/
Procedure I, IV
International Protection Standard
Dust & Water Protection IP54/55

To meet MIL-810 and IP grade, the 2-pin connector has to be connected.